Energizing Cuba is a public-private partnership between Cuban and U.S. institutions and stakeholders designed to promote
sustainable investments and development in Cuba. This is accomplished by facilitating alliances, stakeholder engagements and specialized publications the creation of trust platforms that
can yield effective business relations aimed at developing renewable sources of energy.
The 9th International Renewable Energy Conference, Energy Saver and Energetic Education (CIER 2017) will take place 31st May – 2nd June 2017 at the Hotel Habana Libre, Havana, Cuba hosted by The Study Centre for Renewable Energy Technologies (CETER), located at the Technological University of Havana José Antonio Echeverría (CUJAE)
The current focus on Cuba’s renewable energy sector is ambitious with the Government proposing to boost investment in the sector by USD 3.5 billion in order to reach its goal of generating 24 per cent of its power from renewable energy by 2030.
CIER 2017 will bring together hundreds of scientists, engineers, manufactures, investors, policy makers, energy users and other specialists from across the entire international renewable energy spectrum to exchange knowledge, debate and analyse the global efforts currently being carried out in the field. This is all with the objective of intensifying the introduction of renewable energy technologies and promoting synergies towards the challenge of achieving sustainable energy development across Cuba and the Caribbean.
Organized in collaboration with Americas Society / Council of the Americas (AS/COA) and Cuba Strategies Inc., the Conference Energizing Cuba took place on October 7, 2016, in one of the beautiful salons of the AS/COA.
The EDGE Seminar on Energy & Environment gives Duke MBAs a unique opportunity to learn about today’s most important energy and environment industry issues directly from senior business executives.
In this EDGE Chats video, energy expert and Cuba native Carlos Fernández-Aballí Altamirano, PhD, discusses the challenges and opportunities inherent in Cuba’s plan to expand its renewable energy portfolio and modernize its energy infrastructure.
On September 1st and 2nd, the Cuba 2016 Energy & Infrastructure Summit was held in Havana, Cuba. This forum brought together approximately 80 foreigner participants interested in energy sector investment opportunities in Cuba.